Datacentres: In the driving seat of the connected car revolution

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When I started driving, cars were generating very little data. They got you from A to B without the addition of gadgets or gizmos. Connected cars as we know them today were certainly not a thing.

Today many vehicles are computers in their own right, connected to the Internet and data is flooding in. In fact, it’s estimated that a single connected car uploads 25GB of data to the cloud per hour.

With a quarter of a billion smart vehicles set to be on the road by 2020, that’s over 6...

By Jorge L. Balcells, 16 December 2016, 0 comments. Categories: Connected Cars, Data & Analytics.